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22nd January 2021

Bellevue Gold has appointed a debt advisor as the feasibility study for its namesake project in Western Australia nears completion (reports MiningNews).

Bellevue Gold has appointed a debt advisor as the feasibility study for its namesake project in Western Australia nears completion (reports MiningNews). Perth-based Orimco has been appointed to assist and support management in the preparation, planning, implementation and completion of financing for the Bellevue gold project. Bellevue aims to be in construction by mid-year. It said today a feasibility study was "almost complete" and on track to be released this quarter.

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Liontown Resources’ maiden drilling within its Moora project, in southern Western Australia has intersected mineralisation within the same geological terrain as Chalice Mining’s play-opening Julimar discovery (reports MiningNews).

Liontown Resources’ maiden drilling within its Moora project, in southern Western Australia has intersected mineralisation within the same geological terrain as Chalice Mining’s play-opening Julimar discovery (reports MiningNews). The aspiring lithium miner undertook its first program of wide-spaced aircore drilling late last quarter, almost two years after securing the three Moora leases, with the early results being considered encouraging.

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Aspiring gold producer Genesis Minerals this week completed an acquisition that is shaping up as a potential game changer for its flagship Ulysses project

Aspiring gold producer Genesis Minerals this week completed an acquisition that is shaping up as a potential game changer for its flagship Ulysses project 30km south of Leonora (reports The West Australian). When Genesis flagged the $13.5 million purchase of the Kookynie tenements to the south-east of Ulysses in June, it immediately boosted the project’s inventory to 1.28 million ounces.

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Auteco Minerals has identified further shallow high-grade lodes outside the resource at its Pickle Crow project in Ontario, Canada (reports MiningNews).

Auteco Minerals has identified further shallow high-grade lodes outside the resource at its Pickle Crow project in Ontario, Canada (reports MiningNews). Results from a new structure at the Shaft 3 Veins returned 5.6m at 33.4 grams per tonne gold from 20.3m, including 3.4m at 51.1gpt, and 1.6m at 16.7gpt gold from 12.7m, with individual assays of over 100gpt gold. Drilling also extended the Vein 5 extension discovery with results including 2m at 8.2gpt gold and 4m at 5.9gpt gold.

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New World’s Antler deposit in Arizona is looking the goods with the first hole testing the southern strike extension intersecting thick, high grade copper (reports Stockhead).

New World’s Antler deposit in Arizona is looking the goods with the first hole testing the southern strike extension intersecting thick, high grade copper (reports Stockhead). The 22.4m intersection returned a grade of 1.13 per cent copper, 4.08 per cent zinc, 0.42 per cent lead and 18.6 grams per tonne (g/t) silver, or 2.2 per cent copper equivalent, from a depth of 290.96m.

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Demand up. Supply down. Price heading for a 10-year high. It doesn’t get much better for nickel

Demand up. Supply down. Price heading for a 10-year high. It doesn’t get much better for nickel—except for the potential to get a lot better for a metal which has a well-earned reputation for extreme highs (and lows) (reports Tim Treadgold in Forbes). Since suffering a Covid-19 collapse last March when the price fell to $10,800 a ton, nickel has been on a largely uninterrupted rise to last sales at $18,244/t, up almost 70% in 10 months.

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22nd January 2021

Precious metals prices have space to run much higher due to global economic factors and limited new supply coming through, Ross Beaty, Randy Smallwood and Nolan Watson said at the 2021 Vancouver Resource Investment Conference (reports MiningNews).

Precious metals prices have space to run much higher due to global economic factors and limited new supply coming through, Ross Beaty, Randy Smallwood and Nolan Watson said at the 2021 Vancouver Resource Investment Conference (reports MiningNews).

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With ongoing concerns about rare earths supply, the timing seems right for RareX to restart exploration at its Cummins Range project in Western Australia (reports Stockhead).

With ongoing concerns about rare earths supply, the timing seems right for RareX to restart exploration at its Cummins Range project in Western Australia (reports Stockhead). Drilling is expected to recommence in March this year and work is underway to deliver a resource upgrade this quarter that is based on last year’s successful drilling.

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